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Other Works

  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • The Chinese Nightingale (1934). Fantasy.
  • The Eternal Road (1937). Musical. Based on material by Franz Werfel, as adapted by William A. Drake and as translated by Ludwig Lewishon. Scenic Design, Costume Design, and Lighting Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Directed by Max Reinhardt. Music by Kurt Weill. Manhattan Opera House: 7 Jan 1937- 15 May 1937 (137 performances). Cast: Charles Adler, Maia Airoff, Herbert Alani, Antionette Allen, Louise Allen, Martin Alsop (as "Ensemble"), Felix Arndt, Leslie Austen, Neslon Barclift, Fred Barrie, Michael Bataeff, Robert Bentley, Abner Biberman (as "Adversary's Partner"), Ida Bidner, Anthony Blair, Sophie Brent, Katherine Carrington, Albert Cazentre, Bennett Challis, Thomas Chalmers, Al Clifford, Noel Cravat (as "Shimon" and "Aaron"), Ben Cutler, Eva Dainova, Henry Day, Marguerite De Anguera, Roger De Koven, Olive Deering, Walter Elliott, William Elliott, Blanche Evan, Edward Fisher, Jules Flier, Carl Formes, ELizabeth Friend, Walter Gilbert, Samuel Goldenberg, Anita Gorin, Marie Guttman, Charles Hale, Harry Hamill, Paul Hammond, Robert Harrison, Frances Hellman, Charles Horner, William Howell, Carroll Howes, Sam Jaffe, Ralph Jameson, Janet Janov, Harold Johnsrud, Starr West Jones, Edward Kane, Kurt Kasznar (as "Head Reaper/Ninth Pious Man/Zebulon") [Broadway debut), Hal Kingsley, Bertha Kunz-Baker, Alexander Lazuk, Lotte Lenya, Paul Leon, David A. Leonard, Ruth Virginia Lewis, Lil Liandre, Lou Lief, Betty Lind, Baruch Lumet, Sidney Lumet (as "The Estranged One's Son"), Joseph Macauley, Paul Marion, Leonard Mence, Florence Meyer, Raymond Miller, William M. Miller, Tommy Mott, Victorie Moussaieff, Ruth Nisenson, Eva Ortman, Sarah Osnath-Halevy, Doris Ostroff, Mary Perrine, Rosamond Pinchot, Cassius C. Quimby, Ruth Ross, Herbert Rudley, Lucien Rutman, Angela Schoop, Mark Schweid, Blake Scott, Eleanor Searle, Ethel Selwyn, Sylvia Shane, Marian Siwek, James Spivak, Harold Sternberg, Sam Sternberg, Ruth Stromberg, Gustav Stryker, Lydia Tarnova, Molly Taylor, Myron Taylor, Sol Tisman, Maxine Trevor, John Uppman, Dick Van Patten (credited as "Dickie Van Patten"), Edward Vermonti, Earl Weatherford, Benjamin Zemach. Produced by Crosby Gaige and Meyer W. Weisgal.
  • Once Upon A Tailor (1955). Comedy. Written by Baruch Lumet. Incidental music by Sol Kaplan. Book adapted by Henry Sherman. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Paul Morrison. Lighting Design by Paul Morrison. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Cort Theatre: 23 May 1955- 28 May 1955 (8 performances). Cast: Anita Cooper(as "Sheindel"), Rebecca Darke (as "Elka"), Peter Fernandez (as "Bertzi"), Anne Hegira (as "Sorelle"), Oskar Karlweis (as "Frenzl") [final Broadway role], Adelaide Klein (as "Chana Bayle"), Jimmy Oster (as "Leibel"), Milton Selzer (as "Mechel"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard) and George Boroff.
  • Fiddler on the Roof (1964).

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